This recipe is from Amish Cooking by Pathway Publishers. This recipe is a sweet, mild dipping mustard. Identical to Herlochers Dipping Mustard in flavor. If you live in the Ohio area, Herlochers is often available in the deli section of larger grocery stores. This is excellent for deli meat and cheese trays. Very good on smoked meat or cheese sandwiches.
- Mix all ingredients with a wire whisk in the top of a double boiler.
- Bring to a boil on stovetop over medium heat.Then continue to lightly boil until thick.
- After this has thickened remove from heat and sprinkle a little turmeric in and blend to add more of a yellow color.
I will NEVER EVER buy mustard again. I made this as is and added honey to it the third time added some horseradish to it. OMG every time this comes out excellent and everyone raves! Thank you for posting a winning recipe. wish I could give it 1 million stars!
This was very easy to make and yummy. I used an egg replacer and kept the other ingredients as written. Sampled it in a smoked chicken sandwich for lunch today and placed the rest in a sterile jar. UPDATE: I gave a jar to my father-in-law as he loves mustard. They had some international guests staying with them, who sampled the mustard, everyone who ate it said it's the best mustard they ate, I forwarded the recipe to them. Thank you for your post bshemyshua
So easy to make. I dipped thinly sliced crumbed chicken into it with a salad on the side. My mum was apprehensive (she always thought mustard were only hot) and she loved it. Thank you bshemyshua for a keeper. I made with for Recipe Swap #2.